blank'/> SHARING CATHOLIC TRUTH: Ten Dates Every Catholic Should Know by Diane Moczar, D. Arts --- & --- Fr. Joseph Shea - Twenty Dates Every Catholic Should Know

Monday, May 08, 2017

Ten Dates Every Catholic Should Know by Diane Moczar, D. Arts --- & --- Fr. Joseph Shea - Twenty Dates Every Catholic Should Know


Here are the saints and sinners, popes and kings that God used to shape his Church and change the world. You'll meet Clovis and Charlemagne, Luther and Pope Leo, Suleiman and St. Francis, the Arians, the Franks, the Huguenots, and others whose sins or sacrifices altered the course of history.
Here, too, are the wars and plagues, the ideas and institutions — and, yes, the miracles — that gave birth to our Christian civilization and often threatened to doom it. Experience the battles of Tours and Lepanto, the Crusades, the Russian Revolution, and Fatima, the miracle that foretold (and offered a way to prevent) the conflicts that killed millions in the twentieth

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Ten Dates Every Catholic Should Know

The Divine Surprises and Chastisements that Shaped the Church and Changed the World

by Diane Moczar, D. Arts

 
 

 
 
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Fr. Joseph Shea - Twenty Dates Every Catholic Should Know - the first 10 (part 1)  
Fr. Joe gives a powerful presentation on the subject of 20 important dates in history that shaped the Church and changed the world. (Editor's note: this is part 1, then there is a break.)




Fr. Joseph Shea - Twenty Dates Every Catholic Should Know - the first 10 (part 2)
Fr. Joe gives a powerful presentation on the subject of 20 important dates in history that shaped the Church and changed the world. (Editor's note: this is part 2 after the break.)




Fr. Joseph Shea - Twenty Dates Every Catholic Should Know (the next 10)  
Fr. Joe gives a powerful presentation on the subject of 20 important dates in history that shaped the Church and changed the world. (Editor's note: as the presentation went a bit longer than expected, the very end of approx. 5 minutes was cut off.) 










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